Dasha’s story: From Ukraine, former Wayne, Pa. woman shares journey, rescue efforts

A few weeks ago, we introduced you to Dasha Andrienko, who once lived in Wayne, Pa. and is now working help rescue refugees in… Read More

Cabrini celebrates its historical connection to the Underground Railroad

Motioning to a small, wooden table that typically wouldn’t get much attention, Armani Parker spoke passionately about its significance. “This isn’t just a table;… Read More

What we can do: Spotting the signs of Human Trafficking

A frequent visitor arrived once again in the emergency room. This time a nurse spotted a bar code like an item at a grocery… Read More

Panel sheds light on human trafficking, another invisible pandemic ‘in our backyards’

Matthew Rutherford · Human Traficking Panel   This isn’t a hot button issue, rather a heartbreaking one that requires global attention.  Many global events… Read More

Immigration, Know Your Rights- What you need to know

The Wolfington Center hosted a “Know Your Rights” workshop focusing on immigration enforcement in partnership with Natalia Ruggiero, an associate attorney for Palladino, Isbell… Read More

Late Dick Allen remains one of Philadelphia history’s most important athletes

When former Phillies first baseman Dick Allen passed away at the age of 78 last Monday at his home in Wampum, Pennsylvania, the city… Read More

COVID-19 cases linked to sports team

At least six cases of COVID-19 on Cabrini campus are linked to one varsity sports team, COVID Task Force chair Dr. Stephen Rupprecht confirmed… Read More

Number of active COVID-19 cases on Cabrini campus up to four

This story was updated at 11:02 a.m. Friday with comments from the Cabrini COVID-19 Task Force chair. It was further updated Friday at 11:24… Read More

Race in America: Cabrini to host panel for ongoing issues of racial disparity

On Wednesday, Sept. 16, the Cabrini Academic Affairs office along with the Nerney Leadership Institute and the Office of Diversity Initiatives will be hosting… Read More

Class of 2020 disappointed after traditional graduation cancelled

Many recent graduates and families of Cabrini University have been left upset, frustrated and resentful after hearing that the traditional in-person graduation scheduled for… Read More

Some stores remain closed on Thanksgiving while others open on the holiday

Some stores will be opening on Thanksgiving in hopes of getting an early rush from Black Friday shoppers while others are putting their foot down and strictly sharing time with their family and friends while their stores’ doors stay tightly locked up.

Cabrini swim team proved to be best fit for Todd Walker

Breaking records is not something that is common for most. For sophomore swim team member Todd Walker, breaking records seems to be what he does best.

Students stand against SOA

Indistinguishable voices from 15 Cabrini affiliates chanted among the thousands congregating outside of the School of Americas. Signs, wooden crosses and photos kept protestors’ hands full. Roughly a thousand walked in solidarity with those being affected hundreds of miles away in the Stewart Detention Center.

Men’s basketball takes down Eastern in Battle of Eagle Road

For eight consecutive seasons the Cabrini men’s basketball team defeated the Eastern University Eagles in the Battle for Eagle Road. The Blue and White took down the Eagles 91-86 on Monday, Nov 17.

Students uncover the reality of drunk driving

Drunk driving disrupts more than just the driver’s life. An ECG 100 Views and Voices student has witnessed the destruction that drunk driving can cause in ripple effects on the lives of people.

Should alcohol be provided at future school events to cut back on pregaming?

At large school events, alcoholic beverages are bound to be ingested. In most recent occurrences, alcohol consumption has led to rowdiness and in more severe cases, fighting.

Save the Black and White Gala

As I let the words gala and mansion sink in, filling my head with a fantastical ideal of a music-video worthy night spent in sequined dresses on a grand dark wooden stairwell swinging on a chandelier, I was hooked.

Covenant House director demonstrates exemplary leadership at Cabrini Day

Covenant House executive director, John Ducoff, and a panel of residents spoke to students, staff and faculty at Cabrini Day 2014 about the actuality of youth homelessness.

Meghan Martin shines on the court and soccer field

Some would say that being a duel-sport athlete and playing two different sports at the collegiate level is down right crazy. Junior Meghan Martin thinks otherwise.

‘Shakespeare on the Green’ appeals to audiences

Cabrini Theater recently started its two-week run of "Shakespeare on the Green" and much to my own surprise, I left the theatre absolutely pleased with what I saw.
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